• 2002 Ph.D., Graduate Center, City University of New York (Linguistics)
• 1974 M.Ed., Temple University, Philadelphia (ESL/Education)
• 1971 B.A. Ed., University of Puerto Rico (English as a second language for elementary and secondary education)
• Depts. of Learning and Teaching and SAS Spanish and Portuguese
Expertise & Research Interest
Sociolinguistics and Pragmatics in English and Spanish, Language Ed Teacher Preparation
Recent and Select Publications
Flores-Ferrán, N. (2022). Intensification in English and Spanish Communication. Rowman & Littlefield. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781793639615/Intensification-in-English-and-Spanish-Communication
Flores-Ferrán, N. (2020). Linguistic mitigation in English and Spanish: How speakers attenuate expressions. U.K.: Routledge/Taylor Frances.
Flores-Ferrán, N. (2002) A sociolinguistic perspective on the use of subject personal pronouns in Spanish narratives of Puerto Ricans in New York City. Munich: Lincom-Europa.